Zelensky accuses Russian forces of being ‘torturers’

Zelensky accuses Russian forces of being 'torturers'

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7:21 p.m. : Good evening @guitar and @Otsiturhere is the list of the seven countries that voted against the authorization issued to President Volodymyr Zelensky to speak exceptionally by video message at the annual General Assembly of the United Nations next week: Russia, Belarus, Syria, Cuba, North Korea, Eritrea and Nicaragua.

7:21 p.m. : Good evening, where can we find the list of countries that voted against or abstained?

7:21 p.m. : Which countries voted against with Russia. Thank you good night

6:45 p.m. : UN member states have exceptionally allowed Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to speak via video message at the annual UN General Assembly next week. Of the 193 member countries, 101 voted in favor of this decision, seven voted against, including Russia, and 19 abstained.

6:34 p.m. : “Our offensive operations, in the Donbass, do not stop, they advance at a slow pace (…). The plan (of operations, editor’s note) does not require change (…) we are in no hurry .”

Without responding directly to Anthony Blinken, Vladimir Putin affirmed that Russia was in no hurry to complete its military campaign in Ukraine, assuring that the strategy of the Russian forces had not changed and that they continued to conquer territories.

6:25 p.m. : According to Anthony Blinken, the American Secretary of State, Russia is under “pressure” to end the conflict in Ukraine. “I believe what we are hearing from China and India reflects concerns around the world about the impact of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, not just for the Ukrainian people. “said the head of the American diplomacy.

6:00 p.m. : It is 6 p.m., we take stock of the titles:

• France lead 34-18 against Poland at half-time in the Eurobasket semi-final. Follow the match live.

•Journalists observed hundreds of graves in a forest near Izium, where Ukrainian forces said they had discovered a “pauper’s grave”. The death toll is estimated at 450, according to kyiv. Follow our live.

•The Ministry of Sports announced an audit of the French Football Federationin response to a survey by the magazine SoFootwhich notably accuses its president Noël Le Graët of having sent messages of a sexual nature to several employees of the FFF.

• Rebound in the investigation into the aggression in November of the PSG player Kheira Hamraoui. His ex-teammate Aminata Diallo was once again taken into custody and presented to an examining magistrate.

5:29 p.m. : The head of the occupation administration in the Zaporizhia region for his part announced the death “overnight” of two pro-Russian executives in the port city of Berdiansk, conquered by Moscow at the end of February. He did not give further details about these murders.

5:28 p.m. : The prosecutor general of the separatist pro-Russian region of Lugansk and his deputy were killed by an explosion, local authorities announced. The pro-Russian leader of this region of eastern Ukraine blamed the explosion, which occurred “in the building of the general prosecutor’s office”in Kyiv.

3:45 p.m. : “Even if the International Criminal Court succeeds in indicting [Vladimir Poutine]He must [soit appréhendé]. The biggest difficulty will be capturing it. We must be careful because the International Criminal Court, in 20 years of existence, has never condemned a state official at any level whatsoever.”

3:45 p.m. : “With regard to Vladimir Putin, it must be proven that he gave orders for these atrocities to be committed, or that he was aware that they were being committed and that he did not intervene to stop them. C It’s painstaking work, but I think we can do it.”

3:45 p.m. : How will the UN investigate the new accusations of abuses against the Russian army, after the discovery of a mass grave in Izium? “We must dig up the bodies, examine them, determine the cause of death, explains Reed Brody, member of the International Commission of Jurists, specialist in the defense of human rights. Then what is more difficult is to link these crimes to specific people, regiments, military units to determine who gave the order and who agreed.

3:09 p.m. : Ten torture chambers” were discovered in Ukrainian localities recently taken back from the Russians, announced the head of the national police. They are in the Kharkiv region, especially in the small town of Balakliïa, he said.

2:24 p.m. : Here is an update on the main information of this early afternoon:

Journalists observed hundreds of graves in a forest near Izium, where Ukrainian forces said they had discovered a “pauper’s grave”. The death toll is estimated at 450, according to kyiv. Follow our live.

• The Kyrgyz and Tajik presidents ordered their troops to “remove”after clashes that left two dead and several injured on the border between the two countries. A ceasefire has been reached between the two armies.

•The Ministry of Sports announced an audit of the French Football Federationin response to a survey by the magazine SoFootwhich notably accuses its president Noël Le Graët of having sent messages of a sexual nature to several employees of the FFF.

• Rebound in the investigation into the aggression in November of the PSG player Kheira Hamraoui. His ex-teammate Aminata Diallo, a time suspected, was once again taken into custody.

12:41 p.m. : Let’s remember the main news for this Friday, September 16:

Journalists observed hundreds of graves in a forest near Izium, a town in the east recently taken over by the Ukrainian army, the day after Volodymyr Zelensky announced the discovery of a “mass grave”. An adviser to the presidency announced a count of 450 dead.

•The Ministry of Sports announces an audit of the French Football Federationin response to a survey by the magazine SoFootwhich notably accuses its president Noël Le Graët of having sent messages of a sexual nature to several employees of the FFF.

• Rebound in the investigation into the aggression in November of the PSG player Kheira Hamraoui: her ex-teammate Aminata Diallo, a time suspected, was once again taken into custody.

12:41 p.m. : “We are working to end the conflict in Ukraine as soon as possible through diplomatic channels”, said Recep Tayyip Erdogan before a meeting with Vladimir Putin in Samarkand (Uzbekistan), at the summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

11:53 : Other villages occupied for several months by the Russian army become accessible again. Our journalists Boris Loumagne and Eric Audra traveled to Hrakove, south of Kharkiv. They mined the cemetery, we couldn’t bury people”told them a resident. We had to do it at home in the garden”.

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11:51 a.m. : AFP journalists arrived in the forest on the outskirts of Izium, where Ukraine says it discovered a mass grave yesterday. They observed hundreds of graves marked with crosses, they report. The Ukrainian authorities are examining in particular a grave apparently containing the bodies of 17 Ukrainian soldiers.

11:20 a.m. : The UN says it wants to send a team of investigators to Izioum, to investigate possible abuses by the Russian army, after the announcement by kyiv of the discovery of hundreds of graves.

10:08 : An adviser to Volodymyr Zelensky confirms that these are “450 graves” which were discovered in Izium after the recapture of the city by the Ukrainian army. “This is just one of the massive burial sites discovered near Izioum”assures Mykhaïlo Podoliak, who does not use the term “pauper’s grave” employed yesterday by the Ukrainian president.

10:08 : Hundreds of localities recaptured, thousands of square kilometers of territory lost… The Russian army is experiencing an unprecedented rout in the face of the Ukrainian counter-offensive, in the South and especially the North-East of the country. But the Kremlin has not changed its position: there is no question of decreeing general mobilization to reinforce Moscow’s manpower in Ukraine. Our journalist Fabien Magnenou explains why Vladimir Poutine still refuses.

(MAXIM SHIPENKOV / POOL / AFP)

12:03 : Let’s recall the main news of this Friday:

Volodymyr Zelensky asserts that a “pauper’s grave” was discovered in Izium, a city recently recaptured by Ukraine from the Russian army. According to a local official, it contained around 440 bodies.

• A air traffic controllers strike disrupts traffic today: the Directorate General of Civil Aviation predicts around 1,000 canceled flights to or from France.

• Rebound in the investigation into the aggression in November of the PSG player Kheira Hamraoui: her ex-teammate Aminata Diallo, a time suspected, was once again taken into custody.

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